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Mono(crlupdate)						       Mono(crlupdate)

NAME
       crlupdate - Mono	Certficate Revocation List Downloader and Updater

SYNOPSIS
       crlupdate [-m] [-v] [-f]

DESCRIPTION
       This tool allows	the download of	new, or	update of existing, Certficate
       Revocation List (CRL) associated	with the certificates present  in  the
       user  (default)	or  machine  stores. The CRL present in	the stores are
       used to determine the validity of  unexpired,  trusted  X.509  certifi-
       cates.	To ensure CRL are always fresh consider	automating the updates
       using the at (or	similar) command(s).

OPTIONS
       -m     Update CRL associated with certificates in the machine store. By
	      default the tool works on	the user store.

       -v     Verbose  mode.  Display  extra information while downloading and
	      updating the CRL.

       -f     Force the	download of all	CRL even if they are not normally  due
	      to be updated (i.e. nextUpdate is	still in the future).

EXAMPLES
       mono crlupdate.exe
	      Download	(if missing) or	update (if existing and	past due date)
	      all CRL associated with certificates present in user store.

       mono crlupdate.exe -f -m
	      Force the	download of every  CRL	associated  with  certificates
	      present  in  the	machine	store. Note that the user running this
	      needs read/write access to the machine store or update will  not
	      occur.

AUTHOR
       Written by Sebastien Pouliot

COPYRIGHT
       Copyright (C) 2011 Novell.

MAILING	LISTS
       Visit http://lists.ximian.com/mailman/listinfo/mono-list	for details.

WEB SITE
       Visit http://www.mono-project.com for details

SEE ALSO
       certmgr(1),at(1)

							       Mono(crlupdate)

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